10 favourite tarot books
10; Who Are You in The Tarot (Greer)
This is a fun book, find your soul card based upon your birth date, as well as soul cards of friends and family. Lots of great insights to be learnt about the tarot cards, as you reflect upon yourself and those you know. Its the kind of book where you forget you are learning.
9: Professional Tarot (Jette)
This was a really helpful book for me. It may be outdated on the technical front (there are better books for launching an internet business) but I love the way it is written and have found it inspirational and motivational. I regularly dip into it.
8; The only Tarot Book you'll ever Need (Skye Alexander)
Sometimes I just want a simple book to refer to. This is well researched, with a surprising amount of depth for such a small book. A great starting place.
7: Tarot as a Way of Life (Karen Hanmaker-Zondag)
I love Jungian psychology and I love Tarot. Reading this books has me reaching for the cards and looking at them with fresh eyes. She seems to write with such passion, I may not agree with everything- but it makes me question what I believe and that is a good thing.
6; Tarot dictionary and compendium (Riley)
A simple idea. Take each card and compare what different tarot writers think of the card .Fantastic. When I am researching Tarot this book and my Rider-Waite deck is always my starting point. Best of all it highlights the difference between Tarot scholars which defiantly inspired me to find my original voice.